Champagne Tradition Demi-Sec (Demi-Bouteille)

Bérat Schenk Champagne - Tradition Demi

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The traditional Semi-Sec Berat Schenk cuvee is a “blanc de noirs” champagne which is characterized by its delicacy, roundness, and fruity bouquet. These qualities are linked to its large proportion of Pinot Meunier (70%), supplemented by Pinot Noir (30%).

In this winegrower's vineyard, all the must is obtained using a traditional oak press, of which only a handful remains in Champagne.

The traditional Berat Schenk cuvee is made from grapes from the village of Boursault. This small producer champagne is a beautiful representation of the winegrowers of the Marne valley’s know-how.

The blend is made from grapes that come from 60% of the 2015 harvest and 40% of Reserve wine from the 2014 harvest. The traditional Berat Schenk cuvee is made from grapes from the village of Boursault. This producer's champagne is a very beautiful representation of the know-how of the winegrowers of the Marne Valley.

Aspect: red fruits and wild strawberries

Nose: gold, bright bubbles

Palate: expressive with a complex and fruity bouquet

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History of the Bérat Schenk champagne.

Created in 1950 from family inherited land, the Bérat Schenk House is located in the heart of the Marne Valley. Today, Roger Bérat (from the third generation), assisted by his wife and his son Frédéric (fourth generation), has taken over the family business.

Far from the image of the bigger Champagne Houses, Bérat Schenk embodies the independent winegrower who contributes to the richness of the Champagne terroir and its traditions.

The use of one of the last traditional Champagne presses and the practice of ageing in oak barrels bear witness to this.

The 4 hectares of vines of the Bérat Schenk House produce an average of 25,000 bottles.

The Bérats have specialized in two famous grape varieties of the Marne Valley: Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir. Thanks to these grape varieties, they produce a champagne called "blanc de noirs"...